OTC - '12

On Trainer's Count -Complete 6 rounds of each triplet before moving on. 

12 back squats 45/65
12 biceps curls 45/65
12 OH BB press (strict) 45/65
30 sec rest

Then,

12 straight leg deads 45/65
12 skull crushers 45/65
12 v-ups (slowly 3-0-3-0)
30 sec rest

Post Rx or completed reps to comments.

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Having a little trouble curbing the appetite this fall?  It is a thing.  

Autumn is a crazy time of year.  One of the hardest times to watch what you eat.  I think Karla H. said it best today,

"It's probably because we know we don't have to get into a swimsuit for another 6 months!"

So TRUE, right?  

There are probably some other, more deeply seeded reasons for blowing our diets than just the comfort of knowing you'll be wearing baggy pants and sweaters for the next 6 months.  These are probably rooted in our genetic coding due to the scarcity of food and lack of warmth which is about to be thrust upon us by mother nature.  Well, not really thrust upon "US" any more, but your body still thinks that way.  Once the daily photo period begins to shorten and the weather turns a little cold, as far as your appetite is concerned, IT IS ON!  

There is nothing you'll want more this time of year than foods that will fatten you up and sustain you for a long cold winter.  The drive to eat more, and more often will be hard to fight.  But, fight you must! Because here is the thing, the average American gains between 5-15 lbs over the next 3 months!  Here is the other thing, if you come into this season a "little heavier" than average, the damage could be 15-20 lbs when all is said and done, if you aren't careful.

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Spoke with Meg today.  She is doing great after shoulder surgery yesterday.  Things were a little worse than they thought, so recovery is going to take a little longer.  I could tell she already missed us all (haha after only 2 days!).  She asked me to let you all know she is doing fine and will be back soon.  

We love you Meg.  Wishing you a speedy recovery.